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Posted on: 12:20:40 AM 5/25/2010

I only use Delta. The dog has to be there an hour ahead of time in a crate that is authorized for travel. They must have a veterinarians health clearance to fly within 10 days of the flight. I ONLY ship a direct flight. Absolutely no layovers, bu...

Posted on: 12:15:45 AM 5/25/2010

We have three dogs and the first two didn't bark. When I purchased my male, they barked endlessly. They neighbors complained constantly. I tried the static collars as you can just have the sound. They didn't work. I then tried the citronella col...

Posted on: 10:08:25 AM 5/24/2010

We have had four litters total, and all deliveries have been different. When you think you know what to be prepared for, and what symptoms there are of impending labor, they change. The best thing for you to do is to take her to the vet and have an...

Posted on: 6:21:04 PM 5/23/2010

Has there been a reason for him to bark? Our puppies never bark prior to leaving our house at 8 weeks old, because their parents don't bark. Once you teach him to bark, you may never be able to stop him, so why start? If he growls or makes other n...

Posted on: 5:26:09 PM 5/23/2010

Figured it out. It is mallware that only occurred when I clicked on discussion forum using Internet Explorer 8 as my search engine. It was recommended that I switch to Google Chrome, as that is a smaller seach engine that many do not know about and...

Posted on: 5:06:51 PM 5/23/2010

Dogs can vomit for many things, but if he is up on his shots, it was most likely something he ingested. I had a new pup owner whose pup would not stop vomiting and the vet told her he ate a plant in her back yard. When my male was 4 months old, he ...

Posted on: 5:00:19 PM 5/23/2010

I am SO sorry for your loss. I cannot imagine what you are going through, but you have my sympathies. As much as people say that at least the vet was honest, I would have a difficult time going back to him. Yes, we do all make mistakes, but hopefu...

Posted on: 2:33:23 PM 5/22/2010

If you have a question now, I would back out. Tell them you would like to fly in to pick up the pup and will pay in full at that time and see what their answer is. A reputable breeder will not mind showing you their facility or home.


Posted on: 12:42:57 AM 5/21/2010

I agree with Scout, could be a pregnancy issue. Leave piddle pads down and see if that will help you in the cleanup. Otherwise, put her in an xpen with a tarp underneath and piddle pads so it is easy clean up for you.

Some dogs pee or po...

Posted on: 12:35:58 AM 5/21/2010

Good luck. Our bitch behaves differently each time she delivers. Even the vet told me she wasn't in labor the first time, yet she delivered a pup right after we arrived home.

She won't eat, will be restless and in labor, will rest a lot....

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